Glossy magazines still continue to use Photoshop
No matter how much you talk about body-positive, glossy magazines still can not choose the side of good or evil, in other words - whether to allow girls to accept themselves as they are, or in the old manner to subject a non-standard figure to criticism and silently drive off excess weight with the help of Photoshop. What are we doing this for? And to the fact that the day before there were just two covers: on one Britney Spears again turned into Lolita (read, built and dropped at least 10 years), on the second - Lena Danem suddenly became a reed.
Let's start in order, from the cover of V Magazine, looking at which, it becomes insulting for Britney. The star of the early 2000s has recently been struggling to get in shape, laying out pictures from the gym in the Instagram (another question, whether she retouches them or not), which shows that she is noticeably prettier (thanks to yoga, ballet and cardio ). Noticeably, but probably not good enough for the anniversary cover of V Magazine. We admit, we have not seen such a strong retouch for a long time.
Photo posted by Britney Spears (@britneyspears)Mar 1 2016 at 1:16 PST
Photo posted by Britney Spears (@britneyspears)Mar 1 2016 at 1:14 PST
The Spanish magazine Tentaciones, supplementing the newspaper El País, distinguished itself by placing Lena Dane on the cover of the book. She shared outrage with Instagram subscribers, noting that "her body never looked like that and will not look like."
Photo posted by Lena Dunham (@lenadunham)Feb. 29 2016 at 5:22 PST
As you can see, the concept of body-positive has yet to be finalized. Magazines are not ready to be honest with their readers.
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